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Jackson’s Abbie Miller in American Academy of Arts and Letters exhibit

Jackson’s Abbie Miller sends word that her artwork is included in an exhibition by the American Academy of Arts and Letters at its Audubon Terrace Galleries in New York City. The exhibit features paintings, sculpture, works on paper, video, and photographs; architectural models and renderings; and original manuscripts by newly elected members and recipients of
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What's happening this week in Wyoming

Memorial Day weekend kicked off the summer arts season. But that’s just the beginning, as warmer weather gets everyone moving to enjoy concerts, art fairs, food festivals, rodeos, powwows and all of the rest. Here’s a sampler of what’s coming up this week in Wyoming: May 28 — Jen McClung’s “Wildfire” Tour concert, Cheyenne; http://www.jenmcclung.com/Jen_McClung/Gigs.html 29 —
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What’s happening this week in Wyoming

Memorial Day weekend kicked off the summer arts season. But that’s just the beginning, as warmer weather gets everyone moving to enjoy concerts, art fairs, food festivals, rodeos, powwows and all of the rest. Here’s a sampler of what’s coming up this week in Wyoming: May 28 — Jen McClung’s “Wildfire” Tour concert, Cheyenne; http://www.jenmcclung.com/Jen_McClung/Gigs.html 29 —
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Cooper Center in Laramie presents "The Canterbury Tales"

Cooper Center in Laramie presents “The Canterbury Tales”

"A Thin Place" exhibit opens July 9 at Trio Fine Art in Jackson

“A Thin Place,” an exhibit of the work of artist Kathryn Mapes Turner, will take place at Trio Fine Art in Jackson July 9-26. The gallery will hold a reception on Thursday, July 17, 5-8 p.m. It’s free and open to the public. Gallery hours are noon-6 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. The exhibit can be
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“A Thin Place” exhibit opens July 9 at Trio Fine Art in Jackson

“A Thin Place,” an exhibit of the work of artist Kathryn Mapes Turner, will take place at Trio Fine Art in Jackson July 9-26. The gallery will hold a reception on Thursday, July 17, 5-8 p.m. It’s free and open to the public. Gallery hours are noon-6 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. The exhibit can be
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Sheridan College instructor wins ARTCORE New Music Competition

News from SheridanMedia.com: Sheridan College music instructor Dr. Christian Erickson recently won the 2014 ARTCORE New Music Competition. His quartet for strings will be the centerpiece of a recital by Christine Dunbar, the principal cellist with the Wyoming Symphony. The premiere is scheduled for April 19 of next year at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in
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Summer book arts classes in Buffalo

This comes from Vikki Chenette at the Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council: Buffalo is bursting with book arts for all ages this summer: “Handmade Books & Stories” for K-8th Gr., June 2-6, with a related evening “Painting on Yupo” for Adults June 3, www.jcahc.org “Issues in Printmaking: Creative Writing & Book Arts” for Adults, June
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Laramie in the mood for Swingtime Canteen

This announcement comes from the UW Theatre and Dance Department: We may be out of the theatre proper this summer for construction, but you and your family can still join Snowy Range Summer Theatre in June in the Washington Park Bandshell for SWINGTIME CANTEEN, a family-friendly and high-spirited 1940s-style USO show. Show dates are June
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